A couple of demos using iSequence on iPad

Despite a few niggles I am really enjoying iSequence on the iPad.

Here are a couple of demos so far. Things are a little harsh with iSequence and there’s no eq to use so too much playing with the effect filtering can produce harsh results.

First one is the raw output from iSequence (LAME Mp3, VBR7)

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Second has a touch of compression and some eq to try to deal with the harsh mids (or could be my new monitor headphones not yet broken in).

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Not the best but still getting to grips with the workings. I used a couple of field recordings from a train journey recorded directly onto the iPad while creating the track.

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